The series is devoted to a critical and contextual analysis of legal issues throughout the Third World. It reconsiders at length the major issues involving change in law, and social development in the new world order. It provides a detailed critique of liberal law and development theory, explaining its relevance to and impact upon the local justice systems of peoples in the developing world.
By Pietro Toggia, Pat Lauderdale
November 11, 2016
Contemporary social life in the Horn of Africa is generally a state-orchestrated experience that terrorizes the majority of the people. This collection of carefully selected essays, explores the different aspects of the current crisis in the Horn region of Africa, where to marginalized indigenous ...